African music streaming service Playfre wins “Best Music Streaming Platform – West Africa” at the fourth annual African Excellence Awards, hosted by MEA Markets.
African music streaming service Playfre expands its services to the entire 54 countries in Africa after 1 year of operation. Before this, music streaming on Playfre was limited to only 18 African countries and before that, only to 5 African countries.
African music streaming service Playfre is launching in 13 more African countries. Before this, music streaming on Playfre was limited to only 5 African countries (Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Egypt, and South Africa). This move is bringing the countries currently served by Playfre to 18.
Owned by African music streaming service Playfre; Songroute was launched in late Jun 2019. The young music distribution service which boasts of a database of over 800 artists and over 1,000 tracks distributed in three months, has just added two new services in a bid to help its artists drive sales.
Nigerian music streaming app, Playfre, today announces that its music distribution arm Songroute have achieved a fit of 1,083 tracks distributed in its first three months of launch since June 2019.
The African music streaming giant Playfre has blocked access to the music streaming platform from countries other than Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Egypt, and South Africa. Any visitor outside of these 5 mentioned African countries are taken to the “Playfre is currently not available in your country” screen.
Few weeks after the music streaming app Playfre launched, it was blocked from accessing UMG’s contents on Youtube, as a result of this, Playfre’s users could not access any UMG’s content on the platform.
The barely 4 months’ old African music streaming app Playfre just crossed the milestone of 1,000,000 streams with over 5,000 registered users.
Playfre, the African music streaming service created by Chika Nwaogu, has launched a new service called SongRoute. SongRoute is designed to further help African artists monetize their music online. This latest service comes just shortly after the release of myPlayfre, which is designed to assist African artists in selling their music online without having to use a music aggregator.
Nigerian based music streaming enormous Playfre, who newly started on May 1, 2019, recently hit a milestone of 100,000 streams in two weeks of its publicity. The music streaming service who was also announced to have made an extension to Kenya has just started what it calls “myPlayfre” to Assist African Artists Monetize their Content Efficiently.
Chika Nwaogu, a Nigerian computer programmer and founder of LAGbook, has created the very first indigenous music streaming platform with over 45 million songs for Africans.